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francisco, oska operated a temporary pop up store on 19th street but that closed in december of 2012. and finally there is no store in healsberg, they are looking at a location there and has not filed for any permits and not expected to open in the near future. >> since it has only 8 stores in the u.s., with only store expected to open in the near future, it is in the a formula retail use under the planning code which is defined as a retailer having eleven or more stores in operation in the united states. now, she things up a unique argument regarding the internet addresses and internet stores. i would be interested to here mr. sanchez's take on this but this say radical departure for how the code is interpreted and written in the first place and i have never heard of a suggestion that an on-line store counts as a retail establishment. once again the permit before you is a matter of public safety and should not be delayed due to the considerations about the potential tenant in the future. we have got the whole team here tonight, but in consideration of your time, and also considering
. everybody goes down smoothly with the exception of the people that got bumped into the sled. >>> he popped the big question, and then popped up in the after proposal video. >> it was just a play. >> how far would you go to tell your best friend that you care? >> for one >>> we're dropping a new beat, we're from the okc-c. i give you first shop remix. >> i'm going to pop that ring, take that baby girl off the market. >> that's kul, they did a "thrift shop" remix. this is the after proposal video. they got engaged, so they had friends and family join them and they made a video right after. ♪ >> so to tell us all about this video, we have kk and david right this minute. we see so many videos of people popping the question, what made you do a post proposal video. >> was the actual proposal real mild? >> yeah, it was. we had breakfast, and we went on the video top. >> the whole production happened on the day of the engagement? >> yes, right after he proposed. >> by the time we were walking down stairs, i had my friend texts i'm here, are we ready to do this? >> this is a ski suit from the rea
the mom and pop stores pushed out by big companies, but they don't mention mom and pop stink at business. mom and pop don't have what i want and they move too slow and they close too early. bigger is better. >> panel, am i wrong? aren't mom and pop companies are being put out of business because they can't adjust to the needs? >> absolutely not. >> this is the best show. you totally have a point. great price. fantastic service all over the country. too often attacked by snobby people. at the same time the snobby people have a point and the big chain stores are ugly and it is everywhere. it is depressing when you drive through the country as they did the one time and all of the towns look alike. >> it sounds like the snobby people are yourself. driving through the flyover country -- >> i am driven. >> but what happens when you want a nice hamburger at 1:00 in the morning. you go to a big, national chain. >> have you your chauffeur make it in the kitchen that is part of the car. >> are you talking about a flyover country that doesn't even appreciate it? >> i am offended. >> you are shaking
and then a rapid succession of pop, pop, pop. it's out of like automatic weapons. then i heard a second explosion, and there was the smell of something burning in the air. >> one man who lives close to the incident got a clear view of the suspects. >> they also had what looked to be like a pressure cooker bomb, and i had about as clear a line of view of that from about 30 to 40 feet away. >> the standoff began when the suspect in the white hat robbed a convenience store near the mit campus. when a police officer investigated that, he was shot dead. theywo suspects used car had hijacked to get away. they were pursued by police, which led led to an exchange of gunfire. with sunrise, the intensity of the police operation has become clear. .he entire area is in lockdown scores of armed officers are being deployed, all looking for the second of the boston marathon suspects. police say he is very dangerous, and they have asked the public 's help in tracking him down. dominic cain, al jazeera. the latest news that we are kath, is that it is believed that the two suspects, one of them is dead, one on the
because it pops and does not fire the bullets. a neighbor says though it put on quite a show. >> pop, pop, pop. everybody was back on the street over there and as the firemen went in we migrated to over here. >> firefighters have controlled the fire. no one was hurt. >>> a break in the case of a paramedic murdered in oakland. police arrested five teenagers, all between the ages of 14 and 16. their arrests come on the same day as funeral services for quinn blair and two weeks after he was shot at a stop sign in the oakland hills. alan wang is live with new details for us. alan? >> carolyn, the arrests were announced here today shortly after the memorial service for a man police say was minding his own business when he was killed. and a lot of people were shocked to inned foo out those arrested arrested -- to find out those arrested were teenagers. >> the persons responsible for this man's murder range in the age from 14 to 16 years old. >> police say five minors were involved and one of them fired the gun during a robbery that left 34-year-old quinn boyer dead. they say it is part of a di
egg corn dogs. >> more like egg pop sickles. >> find out what happens when we put it to the test on "right this minute." why are 8 million people sleeping better tonight? they went to a sleep number store. the only place in the world you'll find the sleep number bed with dual air technology. it allows you to adjust to the support your body needs. each of your bodies. you'll only find sleep number at one of our over 400 stores nationwide, where right now, save $400 on the only memory foam bed that adjusts to each of you. plus special financing on all beds! sleep number. comfort. individualized. >>> we miss her, too. >> this is wiley, and wiley is laying on the grave of a close family relative of his owners. this woman had just passed away and wiley was very close to her, and her name was gladys, and they had a bond. wiley's owner said they developed a bond the moment that they met, and they shared that bond for more than four years. >> it looks like the dog is really crying. >> this is such a short video. it is so incredibly powerful. >> we wanted to know a little bit more about w
punk pioneer iggy pop is here with the stooges. i look forward to the day when iggy pop reunites with snap and crackle. a wisconsin woman called police after seeing kittens having sex in her yard. quick! no one show her the internet! this is the colbert report. ( cheers and applause ). >> stephen! stephen! >> stephen: hey, everybody, welcome to the... >> stephen! stephen! stephen! stephen! ( cheers and applause ). >> stephen: thank you, ladies and gentlemen. good to have you with us. please, sit down. may i offer a hearty shalom to certain members of my audience tonight. nation, the day i have long warned you about has finally arrived. not the one where my death ray is completed. that is still six months out. and you are warned. no! it is a different day, and i warned you about it. >> jason collins has become the first openly gay athlete in pro sports. collins with the washington wizards. >> collins is the first active professional athlete in any of the four major sports to make that announcement while still a player. >> collins says, "i'm a 34-year-old nba center. i'm black and
manslaughter. >> reporter: conrad murray, the doctor found guilty in the pop icon's death is appealing his involuntary manslaughter conviction. >> we sat down with his attorney, valerie woss to talk about the appeal and the potential verdict in this trial. >> i think dr. murray is calling, can i answer? >> sure, we can record it? can we roll on it? >> reporter: the interview took a dramatic turn just as it was getting started. dr. murray was calling from jail. >> how are you? no one has heard that from you. >> reporter: after some convincing, he agreed to speak with me and share his thoughts on being blamed for jackson's death. >>> do you think that you've been made out to be a villain? >> i don't want to pass judgment on others. i can see that i am a scapegoat. there is no doubt about it. all of the mishaps that he has encountered in life seems to trickle down on me. nobody has taken any responsibleties for anything that they have done to this man. but because i was in the wrong place at the wrong time, here i am. >> reporter: murray may be asked to testify for either side during the jack
on the streets because we started hearing popping n re couple blocksay. it went on en police sttestreaming in, speeding in over to the area where we heard f you're looking now it's kind of around the corner to the right. now police are making sure everybody stays clear, they've pushed us back again. as they go and investigate what happened over there but it's just been a tremendous day of developments. that shelter in place, then the governor lifting that and people streaming into the streets of watertown happy they can get back to their lives though that suspect wasone hear that gunfire. let's take a look at what we saw earlier today. authorities say the two suspects jahar and tamerlan tsarnaev are brothers of chechen ethnicity. the older brother has been shot and killed but the younger brother, jahar is on the run from police. police say the 19-year-old is armed with explosives. watertown massachusetts and other surrounding areas in boston are on lock down. s.w.a.t. teams and police going door to door looking for remaining suspect. >> we have several other new leads just developing and we'r
phones. pop culture's favorites. for now. but figuring out the next big thing isn't so eeasy. rose had a shot at pinterest when they were only three employees old. he missed out on a multimillion dollar hit. >> i don't want a clone of something else. i want original thinking. i'm not going to go do 100 deals per year. i'm going to do one every four to six weeks and provide enough space in my life to help these companies out. >> reporter: for the young and ambitious lucky enough to get a meeting, rose is a rock star. >> i actually wish rather than talking about myself, we could have talked about kevin and his experience, you know, at other start-ups. >> reporter: in the start-up world is he kind of a hero? >> he's definitely to be -- yeah, kevin is one of the heroes of the start-up world. >> a one click sink at low res would be awesome. for three. >> reporter: the opportunities he says are endless. not just for good ideas, but people who know how to execute them. what happens when you start to be not so hip and you start to be the older guy? >> you have to keep yourself in the mix. look
with those popping up across northern california. back here, some cloud cover breaking up. with all the moist nur place, we have to -- moisture in place we have to hold on to a chance for showers partly to mostly cloudy skies. >> tomorrow, more cloud cover, and the weekend, it won't be clear, but won't be wet. we're going to have some high clouds and the chance of a pop up shower but not a wash out. >>> we will be in the upper 40s to the low to mid 50s. vallejo starting out friday morning at 50 degrees. here's the developing weather pattern offshore in the pacific. we're going to have some area of low pressure off to the north. the organized rainfall will be from ukiya, to euereka. >> that chance of a light sprinkle favoring the northern half of the region. >> lots of cloud cover. still more clouds throughout the afternoon hours by 2:00, 3:00, and 4:00. >> close enough to warrant the chance of a sprinkle or light shower. once again on sunday, we could be tracking a sprinkle or two by sunday afternoon. these are all minor deals. >> temperatures for tomorrow, maxing out in the upper 50s to uppe
impact on our 21st century life than the '80s. the pop culture volcano and shows us why the eruption is far from forgotten. it was the era of big hair and big cell phones. of ronald reagan -- >> tear down this wall. >> reporter: and rubick's cube. michael jackson moon walked and michael jordan flew. >> a one man kind of flying over everybody else. that in many ways exemplifies the 1980s and that notion of me, me, me, i, i, i. >> the only thing that hasn't change a bit since the 1980s is rob lowe's face. >> in many ways, we're telling the stiermry we started telling in the 1980s. >> so many things we come to take for granted like cell phones or pop stars for charity or the end of the cold war all happened in a really short space of time. real moments of exuberance for the whole world. >> reporter: the apple in the '80s garden of evil was the mcintosh. just as pacman was the precursor to "call of duty" and the other games today. sure jane fonda's workout may look dated today. >> it's the ultimate 90-day home fitness program. >> t three decades from now. >> and "wall street." >> greed,
. >> johns i one of the reasons why the ehaven't is so pop explar why the attendees will spend thousands of dollars on the hot's item of the day, ammo. >> came from four counties away to get ammo because nobody has ammo, and this is very disconcerning. >> the line was two hours long. john and others felt compelled to wait it out. he is concerned legislation will require people to register before they can purchase ammunition so, like everyone hells, -- else, he i stocking up. >> if a they understand the safety -- mechanisms tested to make sure they're safe. there she about less concern. we're the good guys, novelty the bad guys jierks. reporter: gun dealers say the debate show not make it tougher on gun openers. >> -- gun owners. >> if we can find common ground and not restrict the rights of citizens to ownd use guns lawfully, then we have made a huge step toward addressing the problem of gun olence. reporter: california gun laws require a background check and a ten-day hold on gun purchases at gun shows. at least 14 republican senators have promised to filibuster legislation that would
have gotten a break from all the missile talk thanks to their country's biggest pop star, by the way, changing subjects. what is the news on psy? >> yes, i had the pleasure of attending psy's concert last night here in seoul and 50,000 south koreans joined us as we went to, listened to the launch of his new single "gentlemen." obviously, big act to follow. he released "gangum style." and that got 52 million hits on youtube. this is a guy, 35 years old who is a pop sensation. known throughout the world. you know, alison, i spoke to some people at the concert and asked them if they are concerned about what is happening to the north, considering we are only 50 kill meometers from the bordn the world and we don't think the threats are serious, we don't think anything is going to happen and we don't think north korea is going to strike the south. the reason being, it would be suicide for that nation. suicide for the country and also for the regime. people pretty much going about their business and, obviously, enjoying psy's music. >> and more -- >> without doubt, one of the most famous ko
these are popping up on roadsides or in coffee shops across the united states. called little free libraries. they're changing the reading habits of local communities. the idea couldn't be simpler. you grab as many books as you like. and you don't have to bring them back. but you do have to row place them. the rule is, take a book, leave a book. that means the narrow shelves are always full and the stock is always changing. it was todd bowl who came up with the idea for the little free library. >> the first library i built in 2009. and this one has number one. >> reporter: he started the project as a tribute to his mother june. she was a schoolteacher and always encouraged people to read more. after she died, he wanted to cope alive her passion for reading and sharing books. so four years ago, he put up this smallpox in his front yard. word of his little free library is spreading around his community. and many people have reached out to bol as they set up little libraries in their own neighborhoods. he eventually set up an npo, starting a movement that caught media attention. bol collects $35 from
. miniature bookshelves like these are popping up on roadsides or in coffee shops across the united states. called little free libraries. they're changing the reading habits of local communities. the idea couldn't be simpler. you grab as many books as you like. and you don't have to bring them back. but you do have to replace them. the rule is, take a book, leave a book. that means the narrow shelves are always full and the stock is always changing. it was todd boll who came up with the idea for the little free library. >> the first library i built in 2009. and this one has number one. >> reporter: he started the project as a tribute to his mother june. she was a schoolteacher and always encouraged people to read more. after she died, he wanted to cope alive her passion for reading and sharing books. so four years ago, he put up this smallpox in his front yard. word of his little free library is spreading around his community. and many people have reached out to bol as they set up little libraries in their own neighborhoods. he eventually set up an npo, starting a movement that caught medi
. shots and explosions rang out. [ gunfire ] >> i heard a loud boom and then a rapid succession of pop, pop, pop. we were still going toward it and then residents from the windows, they shouted, "hey, it's gunfire. don't go that way." >> reporter: the police captured one of the suspects, but he died. >> reporter: they released a photo of the second man. they described him as armed and dangerous. the suspects match surveillance images from the scene of monday's marathon attack which killed three people and wounded more than 170 others. both wore baseball caps and backpacks. the boston police identified the man who escaped them in watertown as the one in the white hat. >> reporter: authorities told people in watertown and some surrounding communities to stay indoors until further notice. no vehicles were allowed to enter or leave watertown. public transportation there and in other areas was shut down. police fanned out to check homes and businesses across a wide area. rosa sobrino, nhk world, boston. >>> the finance ministers and central bank ministers of the g-20 says they will not comp
to the king of pop's untimely demise. >> ♪ why why >> this is it not just another trial but possibly the michael jackson trial. tens of millions of dollars at stake, maybe more. not to mention the reputation of a worldwide pop music icon. >> find the defendant conrad murray guilty. >> reporter: a criminal jury made it clear where the immediate blame lies, conrad murray, the doctor who administers propofol. but in the wrongful death lawsuit the jacksons argue that the blame lies with the concert promoter who signed the checks to pay conrad murray. >> who was conrad murray, who is in jail for killing michael jackson, who was he working for? the king of pop or the promoter, aeg live? that's the central issue. >> aeg contends that murray was hired by michael jackson and not them. and the company had no way of knowing that the doctor would prescribe a fatal overdose. but the jackson family lawyer said that the promoter knew that jackson was physically and mentally weak. this footage from a rehearsal for his tour was taken the day before he dies and included in "this is it" in it the 50-ye
productora del rey del pop >> un ♪ >> el fbi saco miles de bolsas con evidencia, bolsas de adn donde vive la viuda de tamerlan tsarnaev, uno de los sospechosos quien murio en la policía, investigadores encontraron adn de una mujer en 1 de las 2 bombas >> el presidente barack obama conversó con su homologo ruso para expresarle su gratitud por la ayuda de la investigación del atentado en boston, se mantendran en contactoac con lo cansilleres >> la mujer asesinada apuñaladas en el norte de california buscada por más de 100 agentes, se buscan pruebas, el sospechoso es un hispano de cabello gris, de cerca de 6 pies de altura >> 26 estados del país sufrieron el paso del huracán sandy hace 1 año atrás, en nueva jersey y nueva york todavía hay zonas que luchan por recuperarse, se distribuiran 6 mil millones de dólares para ayudar a los comerciantes que no reciben apoyo >> se inicia un juicio que da mucho que hablar, la demanda civil generada or la madre de michael cjacskson dpor la productoar del rey del pop >> sin cámaras dentro de la corte se inicio la demanda civil encontra de age, la
has happened is that the fair amount of disengenuous or we call it a gallery or pop up or we put it in some else's name and even the permits none of them have oska's name on it and it has turned the statute on its head and a lot of this is not in the statute. first it was told how many they had last halloween. and then it was how many they have as of the first permit. and then it was how many stores they have operating. but this language is not in the statute. you have the opportunity to look at what is really going on here. and combine the question of oska and the rebuilding of this store and we hope that you will do that. >> thank you. >> any other public comment? >> okay, seeing none, we will start with rebuttal, miss ota you have three minutes. >> i was appellant of alan tan and when i was there we had to do our own foundation and it was the building and it was a total mess. he had the opportunity before (inaudible) moved in to rec identify the foundation and did not. secondly, with regard to the pop up store. i went down and interviewed the mer dhant chants and they all agre
can hear the glass breaking. it's the sound of corn popping. >> no, no, no. the poor vendor is trying to put it out. somebody offers a water bottle. it's not working. the fire is getting bigger. it's staying in the one container of popcorn. the worker is staying close to this thing. i have to think it's kind of dangerous. >> my goodness. no one is rushing over to help her. that totally sucks. >> everyone is staring. >> yeah until a hero comes to the rescue. somebody with a fire extinguisher. thank goodness, comes over and puts the fire out. the vendor says hey, i have half off popcorn. you can make popcorn like this or in a microwave. a microwave is the subject of the next video. they have one in a powder. it blows up when you shoot it. i think they got what they were looking for. that is the door from the microwave shooting off. skims that dude's head. he could have been decapitated maybe. >> that is so dangerous. i'm sure they thought they were a safe distance away but that not only cleared them, but 20 feet behind them. >> the moral of the story, use your microwave to make popcorn
. you could pop it up but you would never understand how it remembers things, does calculations steerchg are you going to pop open my head while i'm thinking with a can opener and tracing paper? what do you mean? >> we have other technologies that don't require popping your head own but we could have a look inside your head. why don't we see what this would look like. >> stephen: i put this on. >> yeah, the tag goes in the back. >> stephen: tell my wife, i love her. tag goes in the back. i know how brain wave hats begun on, sir. [cheers and applause] >> all right. >> stephen: people of earth, i come in peace. [ laughter ] >> i'm glad to say that despite what some people may have argued you do have brain activity, sir. >> put this badboy up there, what is going on. >> stephen: all right. okay. what is happening to me? [laughter] can i control. can i bend spoons with my mind now? what is all this up here? >> those are electrical impulses created by the 86 billion neurons in your head basically making the point that the brain is something that operates on the laws of physics. it has current
c.i.a. agent, very good look guy who likes to pop his collar. a little weird. >> i never pop my collar. jesse watters pops his collar. >> why pop your collar? >> i don't know. >> you mean pop up? >> yeah, pop it up. >> i have no idea. we have like three minutes left. >> go ahead. >> another talk show host e jimmy kimmel, very funny. he sendsn the street interview people and you may have heard of this cocella music festival. you can learn about it if you read people magazine or us weekly in the supermarket checkout line of the he sent one of his reporters to doinrviews s feel about these bands. the problem? the bands weren't real. but listen, these hipsters would rather look like liars than look uncool. very funny. listen. >> of my favorite bands is dr. shlomo. do you like their album? >> yeah, actually, i had a radio show on community radio station up in canada and i used to spin them all the time. >> one of my favorite bands is called "get the (bleep) out of my pool." >> yeah. >> used to spin that. >> of course the guy was trying to have a little bit of a rap. even bob said she
. >> it saves me time. i just pop out the bristles, a couple sweeps with my hand the hair is gone. >> woman: if anything gets stuck in the bristles, they're detachable. you can't remove the other ones. >> you can just pull it right out, clean out the hair... [pats hand and you're done. >> o.k., so what's up, sully? >> mindy, i wanna show you how the swivel sweeper max is superior at picking up messes like this. >> o.k. >> you've got your sweeper i've got the swivel sweeper max, they're both brand-new we've got hair on the floor-- i actually have a little bit more-- so, go ahead and switch yours on. >> all right. >> what i want you to do is pick it up and then try and untangle it if it gets tangled up. you ready? >> uh-huh. >> one, two, three. let's go for it. o.k., you can see-- now both sweepers pick up the hair, but as we turn it over you can see they're both tangled. >> right. >> i'm gonna untangle mine, mindy, and you can go ahead and start untangling yours. the swivel sweeper max has removable, cleanable bristles. you can see all the hair has come right off, and while mindy's picking h
and a little is starting to pop up right around san jose and you can see we will keep an eye on that a lit as possible, they talked with them and brentwood two-thirds and oakland, they had had two thirds inches of rain but things are starting to improve. >>> a woman died and might have been distracted by her control phones g.p.a. but they say alcohol may have ban factor three other people in a honda accord may have suffered injuries. >> it was a violent easter and here is a look at where yesterday's shootings took place. it was first reported at 10:00 a.m. and the second happened after 4:00 and it was reported on 70th avenue and hawley street. the male victim was walking or riding with a bicycle before being shot and multiple shell casings were located and a man was shot in is had car and police have not released any motives or suspects in any of the three show things. >>> -- any of the three shootings. >>> the police department wants to increase staff levels from 611 officers to 833 by the year 2018 and a reasonly released report would cost oakland $62 and meanwhile the police academy is
just heard like this pop, pop, popping kind of like firework popcorn fire. and then all of a sudden it was just, you know, inundated with police and these sheltered trucks. black trucks and the dea and everything. i mean, and then just literally there are just hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people here right now. suspect is in that boat in the backyard at 57 franklin street in watertown. >> right. right. >> shepard: they took the tarp off the boat that the man is still inside the boat and refusing to come out. >> right. >> was he shot in this barrage of gunfire? we don't know. does he still have a weapon? does he still have ammunition? again, we have no way of knowing. police were told have surrounded this boat it is the belief of all involved that this is the suspect. the second suspect in the boston marathon bombing that happened monday afternoon before 3:00. now another standoff after absolutely incredible night in water town when these two suspects reportedly in a stolen or car jacked car as police are chasing them and a gun fight is ongoing. the older of these two brothe
what we are going to do is pop in and out of the live coverage up there. we are going to go back to our affiliate channel 25 in boston doing a very very good job. they have got their people very close to the second suspect. the first one as you know is dead. all right, his brother. and the second one is wounded. apparently lying in a boat, surrounded by police. police will get him. it's just a matter of when. so let's go back to fox 25 in boston. >> the officer on scene was saying he is inside the boat. he is inside the boat. there was a canvas top. he appeared to be puncturing holes in the canvas top and right after that, is when people like paul sutherland heard multiple shots on scene. >> when your friend there paul you sullivan said that all hell broke loose. >> absolutely. he described it as up to 20 shots, just pop pop pop pop pop one after the other. >> jared, you are saying that the authorities will take these flash bang grenades and actually throw them toward the boat or in the backyard to scare the suspect? that's a typical tactic? >> it is a common tactic to startle somebody.
at this time. anything can happen at any time. so what we're going to do is pop in and out of the live coverage. we're going to go back to our affiliate channel 25 in boston. they're doing a very, very good job. they have their people very close to the second suspect. the first one as you know is dead. his brother. the second one is wounded. surrounded by police. police will get him it's just a matter of when. so let's go back to channel 25 in boston. >> the officials are saying he is inside the boat. he is inside the boat. there was a canvas top. he appeared to be punctures holes on the canvas top. right after that is when people like paul southerland heard multiple shots. >> when your friend paul southerland said quote, all hell broke lose. >> he described it as up to 20 shots just pop, pop, pop, pop, pop one after the other. >> you're saying that the authorities will take these flash bang grenades will throw them toward the boat or in the backyard to scare the suspect. that's a typical tactic. >> it is a common tactic to startle somebody. i'm not saying that's exactly what was done here beca
the icon looks like. you pop in here, you pick your skin tone. so it has it for all types. you slide these along to match. like let's say you want a dark lip, with a smoky eye, you click on it, it gives you written directions, written directions and a tutorial on how to do it. >> so no excuses. >> and she'll recommend you know how they have certain brushes, there's a list if you want them. >> what about the handyman in the house? >> this is handyman diy, $1.99 in the app store. it has a limited list of how to from changing a leaky faucet -- >> lou manfredini is in there. >> it allows you to store your measurements in your rooms. it keeps lists of what to do and how much the project is going to cost. >> handyman diy. >>> thank you, sara. >> that's interesting. >>> we'll help you satisfy your sweet tooth and still lose ten pounds by memorial day. >> and your kids want to watch this film or that film. movies in theaters right now. >>> and we'll show you how to take an outfit, you look good in it, and make yourself look even better. >>> we're back on this try-day friday with more of "tod
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pop you have a little bit where the stock comes back in some but you look how far it has fallen. just the price where it was 10, 14 days ago? it is not too late to buy in at this point. you have apple behind you implementing bigger share buyback program. that makes me feel forever. i'm waiting forever for tim cook to do something. he is standing around while the house is burning down around him. this is disgraceful. melissa: do you think he has done something? because all he bought done is bought back stock an increase dividend. anybody can do that. >> it is bare, bare minimum. he is comes into charred remains of come back from the stock price and suggesting a cup of cold water on the problem. this is the bear minimum he could have done, if he didn't do this he would be fired. unquestionably he would be out. melissa: adam lashinsky are you down on tim cook as spencer is? >> well i think some of what spencer is saying difference in our approach. you're interested in the stock. i'm not. there is no burnt charred remains of this company. melissa: talk to me about him as ceo? >> we don't
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a distinct two or three pops. pop, pop, pop. a few witnesses on the street, as well. we said those are gun shots. >> tell me where you are. at this point, still in your vehicle? >> no, at that point, outside the vehicle. >> and you've made it here to watertown? >> probably a two, three minute ride at that point. we got down the road, maybe four or five blocks to lloyd. i don't want to exaggerate, 150 police cars in that area backed up as far as you possibly could. witnesses were starting to tell us they heard a gun battle that they heard loud explosions in a gun battle. one guide said between 20 and 50 gun shots. he couldn't tell. another witness said he heard two explosions for sure and saw a loud -- a bright light in the sky. he said he then heard gun shots. they could not say whether or not it was assault weapons or what kind of shots they were. they just said it was rapid fire. >> let's stop for a moment here and consider for our listeners here that the rapid fire, 100 plus officers here, pursuing what we believe may be two suspects, there have been loud explosions. so the gunfire is n
and then pop, pop, pop. that pop, pop, pop is what we were listening to. it is gunfire. don't go that way is what was spoken on that street. mit said about 10:30 p.m. the shooting started and police were sweeping the campus and urging people to stay indoors. it is still going on for residents of watertown, massachusetts. if you are inside and you are safe stay there. this is as mike mentioned an active crime scene. hours later mit with 11,000 students on campus said the campus was clear, but that the shooter was still on the loose. the police cmi
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is not from the watertown or even the massachusetts area but that alert popped up and then just moments after that the car that was described in a lookout, a green civic with the license plate that matched, was taken from the scene here. we just saw two trucks also brought into play. it has been relatively quiet but as you can hear just above me there is now another helicopter, another police helicopter circling the area. we can tell you we received new video of the older brother taken off of a youtube site. he is in his car sort of making fun and making faces and this is the first time we're seeing this video. he is there and sort of just goofing around. we are learning from intelligence sources is they believe he was the ring leader in all of this. he is 26. his younger brother, 19 years old. we are told that the older brother trained in -- i'm sorry -- i should say was in russia from january, 2012, to july of 2012. he returned back to the united states flagg through jfk and new york. also what we're learning is we were able to access a -- the equivalent of a facebook page for the younger b
this is what we look like. this is the lobbyist. we are not a high paid, i represent the mom and pop businesses throughout the state of california and certainly although hopefully our assurity companies employ their lobbyist. this is what it looks like. it not the chico's bail bonds. we are mom and pop and the majority of our agencies are owned by women. i'm eye i want to have the opportunity to say what we mean. legislator coming this year is what we are looking at at high cost of bail. yes it has to be locally controlled. we have nothing to do with this. i'm from los angeles county and let me tell you bail schedules are very high out there. but we work with the families, co-workers, and employers that want that person out of jail where they can continue to flourish in their society. the issue of -- well the pretrial is there is a misconception about which is fair and which isn't fair. i have to say for the sake of public safety, we offer a little bit of the bjs study that our statistics is true because we incorporate other people with a part of the skim in the game, if you will, the family
the monkey. one minute, he is living it up with the world's biggest pop star, and the next, he is locked up with just a soft toy for company. >> that's the reality for justin bieber's pet monkey, seized at munich airport when the canadian singer led it without the proper paperwork. >> he has been given four weeks to come up with the paperwork. >> after all that excitement, it might be for the best anyway. >> the now world-famous captain monkey is being kept at this war -- at this animal shelter in munich. he made headlines when he was confiscated from his famous owner. shelter workers said they were asked by customs officers to care for the primate, but it took them four days to find out the animal belonged to a pop star. authorities have given bieber four weeks to find the proper documentation for his pet. >> if he has not gotten in touch with us by then, the customs office will probably release the monkey into our care and definitely. then we will find it a good home, but it will not be someone's house where the animal is kept alone. it will be some place that is appropriate for the speci
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